Mitigation, adaptation and research priorities are recommended to policymakers to avoid the catastrophic impact of ocean acidification on coastal economies.
Opportunities for coastal heritage conservation and poverty alleviation arise from examining new and old fishing techniques used in one of the poorest areas of Brazil.
Inland aquatic ecosystems provide much more than fish but their value for fish production and other services is massively underestimated and needs greater recognition.
A fact-finding mission has identified interventions to improve women’s working conditions in Mozambique’s fisheries and aquaculture value chains.
Fisheries and aquaculture are vulnerable to climate and many other drivers of change. Their future depends on their capacity to adapt.
En élaborant un Plan de Développement de l’Aquaculture, le Gouvernement du Tchad affiche sa volonté politique de promouvoir la pisciculture et la production de spiruline.
Mainstreaming gender in the management of transboundary fisheries is not often a priority. The Bay of Bengal Large Marine Ecosystem project takes key measures to rectify this.
The linkages between ecosystem services and aquaculture-based livelihoods in coastal zones are complex. The ECOLIVA project sheds light on these interactions.
The principles of New Institutional Economics can guide reform and help resolve conflicts between aquaculture and other users in coastal zones.
As the aquaculture sector grows worldwide, appropriate planning is fundamental to sustain its growth and contribution to poverty alleviation and economic development.